Posted on 18/10/2017
by Louise Bunting
Category: PhotographyTags: autumn, Folly, Fountain's Abbey, golden leaves, National Trust, wordless wednesday
Goodness…I love this picture!
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Thank you. 🙂
Lovely shot. Reminds me of Edmund Staunton’s structure at Staunton Manor, although it must be a different one
Thanks, Derrick This one is in the grounds of Fountains Abbey / Studley Royal Water Garden. I believe follys like this one were quite popular in eighteenth century garden design, so similar ones can be found in the grounds of a number of stately homes. Thanks for visiting. 🙂
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